Milwaukee city has the right blend of business and pleasure for attracting every class of visitor. The enchanting city in the state of Wisconsin is a popular locale for corporate getaways and family vacationers. Located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, the city is also the regional center of Greater Milwaukee Area and a cultural and economic hub.
Luxurious skyscraper hotels and cheap apartments located away from the city provide ideal accommodation for visiting folks. Most of the cheap accommodation facilities are spread across the lake front and riverbanks neighborhoods. Restaurants satisfy customers with almost every cuisine available on earth. There are specialized seafood and European restaurants creating the aura of their native lands along with Asian and American flavors. Transportation needs are also met with luxury and cheap rentals from Milwaukee.
Milwaukee has transformed over the years into a mélange of business activities, culture, and festivals making it a popular tourist center. The city was earlier promoted as "A great American city" and "A great place on a great lake" and has finally come to be known as "The city of festivals". The Wisconsin State Fair held at Milwaukee has found its way in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1999 as the largest music festival in the world. Make sure you do not miss out on any of the fun and excitement of this city. Enjoy your stay here participating in fairs, festivals and performances all through the Milwaukee streets.
The annual fair takes place at Wisconsin State Fair Park in West Allis. The festival includes variety of vendors, food stalls and musical performances from local and international bands. The festival lasts 11 days and is organized in the month of August. Kids enjoy the carnival rides like Rainbow Valley's Freak Out, Super Loops, Double Shock, Sizzler and a jumbo 40 ft. roller coaster at the large midway. With a variety of craft items available during this fair, the Wisconsin State Fair is the right place to pick out some really cheap souvenirs of your visit here.
Oktoberfest - Wisconsin's oldest Bavarian celebration in Milwaukee lasts 16 days each year from September end to October. Grab the beer mug and enjoy the fest which features plenty of beer selections, yummy foods, live German bands and traditional dancers.
Drive your cheap car rental from Milwaukee to 500 W. Kilbourn Avenue to reach the Milwaukee Theater. The theater is a venue for Broadway shows, concerts, musicals and many other live performing arts. The spacious 4,086 seat theater proves a visual and audio treat for viewers. The flexible theater is designed to be made narrower reducing the number of seating to 2,500 for a more intimate show or performance.
Visit the Bel Canto Chorus at 158 N. Broadway for a never seen before musical chorus presentation. Established in 1931, the choral organization brings out fine choral music not from professional musicians, but from volunteer singers hailing from southeastern Wisconsin and northeastern Illinois and nearby areas. Richard Hynson, Bel Canto's music director leads this organization. With some instrumentalists, an orchestra and a cappella, the group does some regular performances.
The center is credited throughout the country with bold moves in contemporary arts and crafts . John Michael Kohler Arts Center is a venue for performing arts including plays, musicals, drama and also a place of study and exhibition of sculptures, crafts, photography and films from self taught craftsmen. It is conveniently located at 608 New York Avenue, near the fabulous lake side town. There are annual theater performances, special family festivals that include kids' stories and many other small festivals including ethnic food festival.
Todd Wehr Theater at 929 North Water Street is a sub venue of the Marcus Center for Performing Arts. The small yet elegant and stylish theater has a capacity of 500 seats making it just the right place for intimate shows and performances. Ample parking is available for your cheap car rental from Milwaukee at Marcus Center Parking Garage near the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.